Hotel Boutique La Posada
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... from kids, students, officials, police, bands, riot squads, army (most fitted with rifles, tear gas guns, massive ak47 looking guns) was pretty cool to see. They were also all marching in a North Korean style, kicking each leg high in the air, looked crazy! However after the parade it all died down, disappointing as we had heard it would be a massive party, so returned to the hostel (sneaking in more beers via the great balcony sneak) and kicked it off at ...
... t really feel relaxed, but it was still nice to be in one place for more than a day or two. The city is beautiful. Also, our terrace rooftop hostel included a kitchen, cable TV (almost exclusively in Spanish), and wifi. Great place to hunker down before our next move to Cochabamba! Sorry no pictures. This was "relaxing" ...
We spent our time in Sucre slowly seeing the sights, including doing a very good free walking tour (surprisingly good given that it was in it's first week!); we did a pub crawl of many of the best bars and pubs in town (of which there are many) and got to try Singani (a brandy), the national liquor of Bolivia which is apparently hugely popular in Argentina as well; and saw the final two games of the world cup – the game for third ...
... and people watched like Mum would be proud of. We had a quick bite to eat – baguette at a café on the plaza and then boarded the 'Dino Truck’ to see some dinosaur footprints. Carl – an American we met at Potosi told us about the footprints and that if we go at 12 we get to walk down close to the prints - we have been taking a lot of advice from other tourists . This information is probably out there somewhere but I ...
... in any hitching expedition is getting out of the city/town and onto the highway to your destination of choice. In a small town like Copacabana, getting out entails a simple 20 minute walk, with all your belongings ofcourse. If you are in a big city like La Paz, however, getting out and in can be a tedious and exhausting experience.
Once outside Copacabana we decided to wait at the Peaje (toll) for any takers. The road was quite bare of drivers ...